Since 1994, more than 70.000 (and counting)white South Africans have been murdered of which more than 4000 were commercial farmers. Exact figures are very hard to come by as the South African police fail to report most of the murders that take place. These numbers are thus conservatively estimated.
As the white population of South Africa was 4. 434. 697 according to the official state census in 1996, and more than 400 000 white South Africans have left the country, it could be estimated that nearly 2% of white South Africans have been murdered in the 18 years of democracy. Compare that to the 7518 black people that were murdered by the Apartheid government, which comes to a percentage of 0.02% of the black population.
There were roughly 128 000 commercial farmers in South Africa in 1980. Today there are 40000 commercial farmers left in South Africa. Since 1994, more than 4000 farmers have been murdered and many more maimed, tortured, raped and assaulted. Genocide Watch: Nelson Mandela’s Legacy: 210 White Farmers Murdered by Blacks (Per Year) Since 1994 in South Africa
Stockholm terror: Medskyldig deporteres
Svenke medier skriver kun,at han er sluppet fri fra fængsel, hvad han altså ikke er. Terroristens enke, Mona Thwany, der postede hans selvmordsvideoer efter sprængningen, ses ikke at have ytret sig. Sin hjemmeside nedlagde hun i sommeren 2013.
A Glasgow-based asylum seeker who was jailed for helping fund a terror attack in Sweden is likely to be deported after having his jail term reduced. Algerian Nasserdine Menni, 39, was jailed for seven years after being found guilty of supplying money.
Iraqi-born Swedish citizen Taimour Abdulwahab blew himself up in Stockholm in December 2010. Two people were hurt. Appeal judges have now cut Menni’s jail term to three years meaning he will be freed shortly and likely deported. Menni’s legal team challenged the jail-term at the Court of Appeal hearing in Glasgow.
Lord Gill – the Lord Justice General – sitting with Lords Menzies and Brodie reduced the sentence to three years and back-dated it to March 2011, when Menni was taken into custody. It meant Menni had effectively served his sentence. But, it is thought Menni – who arrived at court from Low Moss Prison – will not be freed while he awaits being deported from the UK. Stockholm bomb funder Nasserdine Menni to be freed